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Four-tube tailpipe installation

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There is only one bolt that hold the clamp aroung the tailpipe. I think it is 15 mm.

Loosen the clamp and take the old tailpipe off. Put the new tailpipe on and tighten just so that it can still be moved. Align it so that the top most part of the tail pipe is at least 22 mm from the bumper cover (vertically) and centered horizontally while sticking out 7 -10 mm beyond the bumper. (Don't blame me these are Porsche specs -- I generally line them up so they look the same on each side). Do the same with the other side. THEN you are ready to tighten them down -- if you tighten then down too soon then you will likely have to go back and move one or the other to get them aligned with each other. Probably a 15 -20 minute job.

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Sorry to be so dumb but are you talking about twin exhaust pipes or twin exhaust tips or something entirely different. I was under the impression you could not get twin exhaust pipes for the C2.


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